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A local business held temporary easements for construction and permanent restrictive covenants requiring owner-occupancy for the houses surrounding it. A homeowners association was established after the subdivision was settled, and had no rights on the properties. But after the business closed, it assigned the restrictive covenant to the homeowners association (which includes many more homes than are covered by the covenents.)
Additionally, the restrictive covenant included the language that "(businessname) is the only party to benefit from this covenant and no other parties receive any benefit."